Dodd-Frank/SEC Whistleblower Law

The Securities & Exchange Commission has recently created The Office of the Whistleblower, which implemented Section 922 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which Congress enacted in response to the Financial Crisis of 2008. The rules creating the Whistleblower program have officially gone into effect on July 25, 2011. The Whistleblower program rewards individuals of up to 30% who provide the SEC with high-quality tips of violations of federal securities laws that lead to a successful federal court or administrative action of $1 million dollars or more.

If you possess and volunteer original information that you feel can lead to a successful enforcement action, call a law firm dedicated to zealously representing, protecting and defending the rights and interests of all Whistleblowers state and nationwide. Do the right thing and get rewarded for it for it as well. Stand up for what's right and we will stand in your corner from beginning to end. Don't let fear of retaliation from your employer, former employer or corporate america in general stand in your way. The new rules governing whistleblowers protect against retaliation and provide for the nullification of confidentiality agreements.

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